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Johnson tax proposals risk Scotland being unable to attract or retain key individuals

04 July 2019

Johnson tax proposals risk Scotland being unabl...


Proposed tax threshold changes risk Scotland being increasingly unable to attract or retain key indi…

Investors’ relief is now available for Capital Gains Tax

28 June 2019

Investors’ relief is now available for Capital...

This blog was originally published on LinkedIn on 11th June 2019.

Investors’ relief is now only ava…

Doctors’ pension cuts make it better to retire than to save

19 June 2019

Doctors’ pension cuts make it better to retire...


The latest survey of doctors by the BMA highlights the problems arising from changes to tax on pensi…

Scottish businesses need to know if their van is a car to avoid higher taxes

17 June 2019

Scottish businesses need to know if their van i...


Leading accountants and business advisors French Duncan LLP are advising Scottish business owners to…

‘Lazing on a Sunny Afternoon’ – IHT planning confusion

13 June 2019

‘Lazing on a Sunny Afternoon’ – IHT planning co...

While the Treasury benefitted from record inheritance tax (IHT) receipts of £5.2bn in 2018, new figu…

Company car or van?

10 June 2019

Company car or van?

The phrase ‘define your terms’ could have been invented for the benefit-in-kind rules around company…

Domestic Reverse Charge for Construction Services

28 May 2019

Domestic Reverse Charge for Construction Services

A new Statutory Instrument will introduce the domestic reverse charge into UK legislation via VATA 1…

Pension Tapering Rules - Have you planned to mitigate the potential tax liabilities?

24 May 2019

Pension Tapering Rules - Have you planned to mi...

 

Measures designed to limit the cost of pensions tax relief to the Treasury are having some unwelc…

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